Antonyms of CHANGEABLE

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  1. Tina was naturally of a changeable disposition, and now that all opposition had vanished, she began to lose interest in Pietro. "Revenge!" by by Robert Barr
  2. But, more probably, the ordinary application of the figure is preserved here, and Christ is the foundation, the Rock, on which builded, our fleeting lives and our fickle selves may become rock- like too, and every impulsive and changeable Simon Bar Jonas rise to the mature stedfastness of a Peter, the pillar of the Church. "The Expositor's Bible: Colossians and Philemon" by Alexander Maclaren
  3. If he doesn't have one of his changeable fits, he will be ready in three days to follow her anywhere, but I must look sharp, for at this very minute he may be making love to the widow. "The Squirrel Inn" by Frank R. Stockton

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